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SubjectRe: Alan Shih: "TCP IP Offloading Interface"
David griego wrote:
> IMHO, there are several cases for some type of TCP/IP offload. One is
> for embedded systems that are just not capable of doing 1Gbps+. Another
> is with 10GbE, even high end servers will not be able keep up with TCP
> processing/data movement at these speeds. Not being proactive in
> adopting TCP/IP offload will force Linux into accepting some scheme that
> will not necissarily be best.


How does one evaluate a TOE stack to be sure that all the security fixes
in Linux are also in that stack?

How does one evaluate a TOE stack to be sure it doesn't add new security
holes that Linux never had?

Jeff



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